America’s marriage problem isn’t race, income, academics, faith, or sexual orientation. It’s incompetence.
Emotions game helps early preschoolers learn lifelong lessons in emotional literacy.
Money can’t buy you love, but a Harvard study finds love can buy you money.
“I am me,” is a powerful, timeless declaration of self-esteem written by Virginia Satir more than 30 years ago.
Hope for Overcoming Critical Shortage of Physicians Begins with Helping Children Believe in Themselves
As 159 future doctors take their oath at the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, VCOM, Class of 2016 White Coat ceremony, a father reflects on the value of raising children to believe in themselves and their ability to fulfill the dreams, potential and promise of their lives.
On Veterans Day, remembering two little words that mean a lot can make a difference.
More than 100,000 people are now connected to PAIRS Foundation on Facebook. To celebrate, PAIRS is inviting fans to submit personal love stories and pictures. Top 15 entries will be featured and share $1800 in prize money.